For former Penn State football player Wally Triplett, WE ARE, is more than the university’s now famous chant. It’s a proclamation that was collectively
New Patient Unit Designed To Improve Emergency Room Experience
Patients who require ongoing care after initial treatment in the Emergency Department may be moved into the new Clinical Decision Unit (CDU) which opened
Halloween Safety Tips
Stay safe this Halloween with some quick tips
Stay safe this Halloween with some quick tips. Stay safe this Halloween with some quick tips
Penn State Health St. Joseph Introduces State-of-the-Art Robot for Surgery
Patients at Penn State Health St. Joseph will soon benefit from a state-of-the-art robot that allows for smaller incisions, shorter hospital stays, less blood
Navigating Her Own Cancer Diagnosis
Maria Jimenez was born and raised in Puerto Rico and arrived in Reading in 1984.
She worked at many jobs as she raised 2 children. She had a “good life”
Lives of Penn State Health St. Joseph Donors Mirror Hospital’s Core Values
Ray and Carole Neag’s long history of giving is reflective of the core values of Penn State Health St. Joseph, said President and CEO John R. Morahan during
Berks Medical Equipment Offers New Service, Diabetic Shoe Fitting
For most people, an ingrown toenail or small cut on the foot is nothing to be alarmed about. For a diabetic patient, however, a cut or ingrown nail can be
Easily Explained: In-Network vs. Out-of-Network
You've probably seen these terms or heard about them from your insurance company, but do you know what they mean?
We'll define them simply so you
Suspect Sepsis. Save Lives.
Sepsis is a life-threatening illness caused by your body’s response to an infection. Sepsis is a medical emergency but early detection and treatment
Flu Vaccine Rates for Kids May Drop When the Nasal Spray Vaccine Is Unavailable
Published: August 24, 2017
Released by Penn State
Influenza vaccination rates in children may have decreased for the 2016-17 influenza season because of a